Accelerated Master's Program
The Sport Administration accelerated master’s program (AMP) is designed to allow exceptional undergraduate students the opportunity to enroll early in the Sport Administration master’s program while completing their undergraduate degree. Students admitted to the AMP will take three courses (9 credit hours) of graduate coursework that will count as dual credit for the undergraduate and graduate program. After completing undergraduate requirements, students will continue one year beyond their undergraduate degree to earn their master’s degree in Sport Administration.
AMP Programs in Sport Administration
The Sport Administration master’s program is 33 total hours and offers students two degree options:
- The M.A. in Sport Administration requires completion of an internship or creative project.
- The M.S. in Sport Administration requires completion of a thesis.
Students accepted to the Sport Administration AMP will be able to count three graduate courses towards their bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
AMP approved graduate courses include
- SPTA 611 (sport marketing)
- SPTA 615 (sport law)
- SPTA 617 (sport finance)
- SPTA 619 (event and facility management)
- SPTA 628 (international sport)
- SPTA 676 (sport administration)
- SPTA 691 (sport history)
Ready to Apply?
To apply for the Sport Administration AMP students must have earned a minimum of 75 credit hours with an overall GPA of 3.3. Applicants must complete the Graduate School and Sport Administration applications.
Prospective students are encouraged to contact the Sport Administration Graduate Coordinator, Dr. James Johnson before they apply. For more information visit our Sport Administration site.